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Old 05-24-2018, 02:55 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Denisefwd93 View Post
I actually know the answer (I think) to this one! The heads don't Warp when you take them off, they warp if the engine ever overheated, and when you take them in to have the valves reworked they will check, I think it's called "decking"

Camshafts last at a very long time I believe, unless there's something very wrong with the engine like not using oil lol
Wait, you have to oil these things!?..... JK

Awesome, that's good news, thanks for the response.

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